"A teacher's role is to teach. We should not be putting those extra roles on a teacher when it's out of their scope," the lawsuit's plaintiff Holly Koscak said.
The convivial AFI luncheon, writes Indie Wire's Anne Thompson, is "one of the most civilized events."
Arizona lawmaker's bill mirrors language from the David Horowitz Freedom Center—the Southern Poverty Law Center has called Horowitz "a driving force of the anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant, and anti-black movements."
Super Bowl 53 is slated for February 3 this year in Atlanta.
"She (Malorie) realizes that by being as adamantly tough with [the children] she is ignoring something that they need, which is [the permission] to dream – she has closed up any dreams, and she has done this to herself as well," said "Bird Box" Director Susanne Bier. "That was a mistake and she is kind of saying sorry for that."
"Cyberbullying can cause just as much trauma as traditional bullying so it's important that it be considered a crime," Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder said. "With this bill, we are sending a message that bullying of any kind is not tolerated in Michigan."
"We did not expect 14 pounds," said mother Jennifer Medlock, who along with husband Eric Medlock named their baby boy Ali. "Nobody did."
"Some areas in the South will in fact make a run for wettest year on record with the last few storms filling rain gauges to record levels," CNN meteorologist Ivan Cabrera said.
"A Pig year is thought to be fortunate for most people, particularly where money is concerned."
"We think the enormous delight that will happen is powerful — as soon as folks find out that it's an interactive Black Mirror episode, their heads explode," said Carla Engelbrecht, Netflix director of product innovation.
"It was true: Big Rob Limon, the nicest guy in the world, had been shot to death in the head at work," says narrator Josh Mankiewicz.
"I had to cover my eyes at the heels on back scene," wrote one fan. "This remake is taking Poirot to a level that's a bit too gruesome for me #ABCMurders."
"We are negotiating with Tribune and we hope to reach a fair agreement," Charter Communications representatives wrote. Charter Communications operates Spectrum, a cable TV company.
Actor Forest Whitaker files for divorce after 22 years of marriage to actor/producer Keisha Nash. The couple has two daughters.
A nose for rehab comedy: stand-up Artie Lange tweets photo of deformed nose on Christmas day. A self-described "junkie comedian," Lange appears to be very open about his drug use and rehabilitation experiences on social media.
How can the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles make the 2018 NFL playoffs? Colts reportedly have the best chance. "It all comes down to this," said Philadelphia Eagles Analyst John Clark. "With the win over the Texans – it was another must-win -- the Eagles have another must-win. Yes, they are still alive and have a chance to make the playoffs."
"The world looks to America for its creative instincts and artistic courage. This year's slate of honorees represents the pinnacle of our nation's originality and the rich mosaic of diverse perspectives and art forms that have come to define who we are as a people," said Kennedy Center President Deborah F. Rutter.
"I get threats," said Remini. "They try to destroy our lives."
Ready for some "Laverne & Shirley?" Penny Marshall's faves air on MeTV Sunday.
To show solidarity with Colin Kaepernick, Al Sharpton wants rapper Travis Scott and other performers to boycott Super Bowl LIII halftime show.
Hugh Grant told Bang Showbiz that while it's nice that everyone watches "Love Actually," he's not quite sure why.
How to watch the 2018 Bahamas Bowl: Toledo vs. FIU.
Quiet Kennel: Ford prototype offers high-tech comfort for your dog's ears.
How many priests accused of sexual abuse against children are still unnamed? Attorney general says 505—much more than previously reported.
It's unanimous: Senate approves long-suffering anti-lynching bill.